Rotary & Bulamu’s Maternal and Child Health Program

We are honored to partner with Rotary Clubs in the U.S. and Uganda to serve hundreds of thousands of low-income Ugandan patients per year. A first global grant for $91,500 to provide medical devices for taking patients’ vital signs is fully funded and now underway, thanks to the leadership of District Governor John Magezi, Rotary Club of Kampala-Naguru, and Rotary Club of Rancho Santa Fe, California. When the Vital Signs global grant is complete, it will have provided equipment to 125+ Ministry of Health facilities in Uganda, which treat approximately 900,000 patients per year or more.

Our new $200,000+ global grant, Model Districts for Maternal and Child Health in Uganda, builds on the same principles. Working together, Rotary Clubs in Uganda and Bulamu will provide 5 key health systems to 60 public maternity health centers in Uganda, which treat more than 100,000 MCH patients per year. By creating low-cost, scalable solutions to the most pressing problems faced by Maternal and Child Health (MCH) patients, we hope to repeat this program several times in a 15+ districts of Uganda and ultimately be considered for funding that will scale this approach to improving MCH care nationally in Uganda.

To learn more, please watch the video above, read the program Summary, or Contact Us:] to join this partnership or make a pledge to support Rotary & Bulamu’s innovative MCH initiative!